FALLS CHURCH, Va., May 1, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- FDA Device Inspections Best Practices, New Guidance on 483 Feedback
A medical device inspection goes awry and one faces a Form 483. But suppose it could've been headed off before the inspector ever knocked?
Following state-of-the-art best practices would have helped — a lot. It's time to discover what's new in dealing with FDA inspectors, what they may and may not look into and what goes into the decision to issue a Form 483.
Join Washington-based FDA legal expert Rachael Hunt Esq. for 90 fast-paced minutes discovering the latest in best inspection practices. Plus, a timely look at new draft guidance on requesting FDA advice on remedying Form 483 findings. Here's what she'll cover:
Remedial actions siphon away time, staff, money and resources from more important work. Why risk them when they might have been averted?
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